Trinidad & Tobago PM meets with BP’s Chief Executive Officer
By TT Guardian
Petroleumworld 11 04 2021
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Stuart Young met with BP’s Chief Executive Officer, Bernard Looney at the company’s headquarters in London today. During the two hour meeting, Dr Rowley raised a number of matters including future gas exploration, production and the restructuring of Atlantic LNG. The following is a press release from the Office of the Prime Minister:
Prime Minister Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley met with BP’s Chief Executive Officer, Bernard Looney at the company’s headquarters in London today (Thursday 04 November, 2021).
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister the Hon Stuart Young and Regional President, BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT) Claire Fitzpatrick were in attendance.
During the two-hour meeting, Prime Minister Rowley raised a number of matters for discussion related to the international conversation surrounding the future of the industry.
Mr Looney gave an assurance of BP’s continued commitment to Trinidad and Tobago and discussed the company’s philosophy in an evolving global energy sector. He said that Trinidad and Tobago will continue to play an important role in BP’s asset portfolio.
Talks also focused on future gas exploration, production and the restructuring of Atlantic LNG.
The parties have also agreed to prioritise the completion of the 112.2 MW solar projects which are a joint venture between BP, Shell and Lightsource BP.
Executive Vice President Regions, Cities and Solutions, William Lin, Executive Vice President, Gas and Low Carbon Energy, Anja-Isabel Dotzenrath and Executive Vice President, Production and Operations, Gordon Birrell were also present at the meeting.